Care and Handling of
Trade Show Popup Displays
Popup displays are one among the most popular types of trade show exhibit displays because of their versatility, appealing visual appearance, and ease of transport. These convenient displays consist of a lightweight, collapsible frame where full color graphic panels adhere.
news is that once you have unpacked, assembled and positioned your display in
your exhibit booth area, very little can go wrong in normal situations.
it is time to take down the display and store it until the next show, that's
when potential issues can occur. To help
safeguard against potential problems with your display, trade show exhibit expert
Rick Hendershot recommends
you follow these storage guidelines.
roll the graphics with the images facing inwards. This will ensure that the
magnetic strips adhered to the back of the panels do not come loose.
- Roll the
panels individually (not altogether in one big mass) and place them one by one
into your carrying case. After panel one panel is rolled and placed in the
case, roll the second panel and place it inside the first panel. Follow this
procedure until all panels are rolled and packed.. This reduces the stress
placed on the panels due to rolling and storing.
- Do not
keep your panels rolled up in the case for more than a couple of weeks at a
time. If you are planning to store your display for an extended period before
your next show, you should take the panels out and lay them flat.
- Do not
store panels in a hot environment. Graphic panels usually consist of more than
one layer laminated together, and subjecting them to heat may adversely affect
the bonding between layers.
in order to get the maximum life out of your popup exhibit, handle the graphic
panels with care. They should not be left rolled for too long, and must always
be stored close to normal room temperature.
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